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Bad News Hits Kzn Flood Affected Citizens As Premier Sihle Says They Are Embattling Land Problem

Previously, the Kwazulu Natal were left disorganized and homeless following the destruction flood that occurred there. Numerous life were taken by the flood, while foodstuff were also taken by the flood. Home were destroyed. Concerning this incident, the Kwazulu Natal government has moved into deep and severe search for lands and haven't seen any yet. Regarding a news report from Lotus Fm and the South African Broadcasting Channel (SABC), Sihle Zikalala the premier of Kwazulu Natal, said the process of building temporary homes for flood victims is being delayed by difficulties in finding available land. Premier Sihle said this after the rumors of the Kwazulu Natal government not showing concern of the flood in Kwazulu Natal. Residents in Kwazulu Natal are bewildered concerning the recent flood. Numerous family are made to pass the night in train stations and also unprotected areas.

The Kzn government is critically affected concerning the flood. This is because, residents in Kzn won't be happy or cheered to participate in the upcoming election if they are still homeless. This will alter the ANC (African National Congress) badly, as they will possibly not receive votes from Kzn citizens or residents. Some South Africans has advised Sihle Zikalala to make proper booking with the King in Kwazulu Natal, discussing with him on how he can help since he has numerous unused lands. While, others advised him to make inquiry from Ingonyama Trust. Prolific personality has also reacted to the Kzn flood disaster. Personalities such as Jacob Zuma’s son, Herman Mashaba, Julius Malema and others has been to the scene.

Kzn flood affected citizens are now made to live their current life without complaints. The Kzn government can use abandoned lands in Kzn to help those affected by the flood. They can also used some vacant government buildings to accommodate these disorganized Kzn residents.


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